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Love for Emory and Human Capital

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New post 20 Oct 2008, 22:38
I just wanted to give a little love for Emory, as they won the National Human Capital Case Competition this past weekend at Vanderbilt. Emory doesn't get a lot of publicity on here, but I think many of you should take a look, especially with a ton of applicants this year, you may want a best alternative if you are only looking at ultra elite. Also, Human Capital is growing in its importance and opportunity within many organizations. It is one job function that will be booming, even during this economic downturn. Let me know if you have any questions about Emory, or the case competition.

Now, I've got to get back to studying.
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I was there for the 'Super Saturday' and sort of liked it.

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fall09 wrote:
I was there for the 'Super Saturday' and sort of liked it.


sort of? :lol: Care to elaborate?

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fall09 wrote:
I was there for the 'Super Saturday' and sort of liked it.



Yes, please do elaborate. Was it the fit, the facilities, the students, the professors?
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emoryhopeful wrote:
fall09 wrote:
I was there for the 'Super Saturday' and sort of liked it.



Yes, please do elaborate. Was it the fit, the facilities, the students, the professors?


I felt the class size(180) is too small.

On the positive side,the student community appears to be close knit.Also a second yr told me that they do provide a lot of scholarships.

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